Goldsmith To Memphis; Snyder to Southern Utah; Beck to Panhandle
Lady Rider basketball player Tehani Goldsmith has signed an NCAA Division I Letter of Intent with the University of Memphis.
The 2007-08 ACCAC Player of the Year and NJCAA 1st Team All-American was courted by numerous DI schools and ultimately decided on the Conference USA member. She joins former lady hoopster Kellie Snyder at the division one level. In April, Snyder committed to Southern Utah University. This past week Rachael Beck committed to NCAA Division II Panhandle State University, OK.